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I'm kind of worried.  I'm down 1 pound less than I've ever been.  Meaning I think I've hit the lightest.  I think just cutting many fruits out and the agave, molasses, etc.  I suppose I shouldn't worry about 1 pound though.


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Your weight can easily vary by a pound or two just from morning to evening!  Don't stress about it.
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Yeah it usually does, but what I was trying to say is that's the lowest it's ever gotten.  I think my whole adult life.  I was trying to go up, not down.  BUT, on the genotype website it says anywhere from 125-158lbs is healthy.  I don't really feel completely healthy yet though.  

But yeah, it's not like I dropped 5-10 lbs.  


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Hello again all BTD's,
It's me again and I have another question re: the milk issue for those with candida yeast issues.
I myself who like to know if it would be okay to comsume a milk product called Organic Valley lactose free lowfat milk. I am really worried    that I am not getting my RDA of calcium intake at the present time since I have this yeast issue going on & have to limit my dairy intake. I am using a soy protein vanilla powder drink mix for use in my hot & cold cereals since some soy milks contain carageenan which type A's and all other blood type have to avoid. This lactose free lowfat milk is certified orgainic by the USDA and QAI. Please anyone jump in and provide any input you have. Also, I noticed that soy cheese is very beneficial for Type A's, where could I find some? and what does it taste like? Thanks.
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tofu is considered a complete protein for As.....
I d add silken tofu with water in the blender and blend my own soy milk, with no gums or additives....
I d avoid the other milk altogether, unless it were on my list.

there are better sources of calcium out there.....
http://www.dadamo.com/B2blogs/blogs/index.php?blog=27&s=calcium&paged=4


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The directions on the Probioics say take twice a day so should i take all 4 capsules at night?


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Don't see anyhting saying when i should take it or how


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The directions on the Probioics say take twice a day so should i take all 4 capsules at night?


if it were me, I'd take 2 in the morning and 2 at night.



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ran across this while researching something else:
http://gentian.rutgers.edu/GentianViolet.htm



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the little dab needed on your toe won t cause any side effects, but does help the infected area.

don t underestimate the power of sea salt!


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Footprints, I wouldn't drink lactose-free milk.  It's still milk, and the fact it's been tampered with so much it's not natural anymore makes me even less likely to drink it.  You're an A.  Try soymilk.  You can get soy cheese at just about any health food store.  I like Soy Kaas, but it does have one or two avoids and it gives me gas the first time or two I eat it if I haven't eaten it in a while.  Now I eat Warrior cheeses without any trouble.

Drive55, I wonder if it's the soy lecithin.  I know it's supposed to be neutral for everybody, but my daughter, who is allergic to soy, reacts to lecithin.  I tried it in some bread and she had her typical soy reaction.  That being said, the reaction you had doesn't sound too much like soy to me.  How do you usually react to soy?  Or does your "gut" tell you it's something else?


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Quoted from Ribbit
I tried it in some bread and she had her typical soy reaction.  That being said, the reaction you had doesn't sound too much like soy to me.  How do you usually react to soy?  Or does your "gut" tell you it's something else?


Lecithin is also commonly made from eggs, which your daughter also does not not do well with.

If you want lecithin from sources other than eggs and soy, I have read lecithin can be made from sunflowers, rapeseeds, peanuts or corn.
I have not actually purchased lecithin made from anything other than soy or eggs.


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Oh!  Well.  Thanks for telling me that.  Even if it was made from peanuts or corn it would still bother her.  Probably.


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Drive55, I wonder if it's the soy lecithin.  I know it's supposed to be neutral for everybody, but my daughter, who is allergic to soy, reacts to lecithin.  I tried it in some bread and she had her typical soy reaction.  That being said, the reaction you had doesn't sound too much like soy to me.  How do you usually react to soy?  Or does your "gut" tell you it's something else?

I have soy lecithin almost every day with juice/water and flaxseed oil.  I never noticed a problem with it, but then again, I'm not so hot at noticing such things right off the bat, unless they are dramatic.

Soy just gives me a sort of general malaise, fatigue/sleepiness, brain fog, and/or worse mood.  I just ran out of grape juice today, so I'll go without the lecithin for a few days to see if anything happens when I bring it back.
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Are you sure your lecithin is from soy?


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Nope, but it says "soy lecithin", so it's a fair assumption.
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Ha.  Yes.  I understand.


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